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[image]ACD03-0255-012 - NASA/Ames Research Center
Grand Opening of the New Mars Center "Tent" for Visitors
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[image]ACD08-0260-023 - NASA/Ames Research Center
K-10 (red) plaentary rover at Marscape (Ames Mars Yard): with prototype flight control team remotely operating K-10 "Red" from Ames Future Flight Centeral (FFC) Simulator. L-R; Jeff Tripp, David Lees, Trey Smith, Mark Helper, Simon Rutishauser
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[image]Medusae Fossae #2 - NASA/JPL/Malin Space Science Systems
Extensive wind-swept plains of the Medusae Fossae formation on Mars. This southern subframe image, frame 3104, is of a 3.0 x 4.7 km area centered near 2.0 degrees north, 163.8 degrees west. Figure caption from Science Magazine Science Magazine Article
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[image]MARS BALLOON INFLATION TEST IN THE SPACE POWER FACILITY SPF AT NASA PLUM BROOK STATION - NASA/Glenn Research Center
MARS BALLOON INFLATION TEST IN THE SPACE POWER FACILITY SPF AT NASA PLUM BROOK STATION
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[image]AC99-0008-4 - NASA/Ames Research Center
Date: Jan 20, 1999 Photographer: Roger Brimmer Mars Environmental Chamber. Absorption Compression for Mars ISRU (In-SITU Resource Utilization) N-239.
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[image]Mars May Be Cozy Place for Hardy Microbes - NASA
Technical facts about this news release: Back to entire collection [ http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/index/60/ ] Next release [ http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/2006/46/ ] Previous release [ http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/2006/33/ ] *News Release Number:*: STScI-2006-48b
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[image]ACD08-0260-022 - NASA/Ames Research Center
K-10 (red) plaentary rover at Marscape (Ames Mars Yard): with prototype flight control team remotely operating K-10 "Red" from Ames Future Flight Centeral (FFC) Simulator, L-R; Pascal Lee, Melissa Rice, David Lees, Trey Smith
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[image]photo-s96_11459 - NASA
S96-11459 (1996) --- (Artist's concept of possible exploration programs.) This artist's concept is called 20/20 Vision. Did life ever exist on Mars? If so, the best evidence may be fossils preserved in the rocks. Geologists and biologists will one day explore Mars, piecing together the history of the planet and perhaps its ancient life. Artwork done for NASA by Pat Rawlings, of SAIC.
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[image]MARS BALLOON INFLATION TEST IN THE SPACE POWER FACILITY SPF AT NASA PLUM BROOK STATION - NASA/Glenn Research Center
MARS BALLOON INFLATION TEST IN THE SPACE POWER FACILITY SPF AT NASA PLUM BROOK STATION
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[image]MARS BALLOON INFLATION TEST IN THE SPACE POWER FACILITY SPF AT NASA PLUM BROOK STATION - NASA/Glenn Research Center
MARS BALLOON INFLATION TEST IN THE SPACE POWER FACILITY SPF AT NASA PLUM BROOK STATION
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[image]AC92-0326-16 - NASA/Ames Research Center
Virtual Environment Telepresence workstation, simulated Mars Exploration shows William Briggs with EXOS Dexterous interface (virtual hand)
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[image]KSC-01PP-0602 - NASA
A worker in the Space Assembly and Encapsulation Facility 2 checks out the Mars Odyssey Orbiter before its move to the third stage of a Delta rocket. The Mars Odyssey is scheduled for launch on April 7, 2001, aboard a Delta II rocket from Launch Pad 17-A, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station
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[image]KSC-01PP-0646 - NASA
On Launch Pad 17-A, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, a worker begins removing the bottom panels from around the Mars Odyssey orbiter. The spacecraft is being mated to a Boeing Delta II rocket for launch scheduled at 11:02 a.m. EDT April 7. The spacecraft will map the Martian surface in search of geological features that could indicate the presence of water, now or in the past, and may contribute significantly toward understanding what will be necessary for a more sophisticated exploration of Ma...
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[image]ACD08-0260-024 - NASA/Ames Research Center
K-10 (red) plaentary rover at Marscape (Ames Mars Yard): with prototype flight control team remotely operating K-10 "Red" from Ames Future Flight Centeral (FFC) Simulator, L-R; Kip Hodges, Mark Helper, Marwan Hussein, Pascal Lee, Melissa Rice, Trey Smith, David Lees
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[image]photo-s85_31484 - NASA
S85-31484 (1985)--- (Artist's concept of possible exploration programs.) This is a close-up view of an artist's concept (S85-31477 and S85-31478) of a manned Mars mission and construction of a permanent base are two of the many options being studied that could impact the space station. In a recent study for NASA outlined surface and transportation requirements for a Mars base using information synthesized from many current studies on manned Mars missions...
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[image]MC-6 Casius Region - NASA
Mars digital-image mosaic merged with color of the MC-6 quadrangle, Casius region of Mars. Except for the highly dissected southwestern part, which contains faults, mesas, and buttes of Nilosyrtis Mensae, the Casius region is dominated by light-colored and dark, relatively smooth plains. Latitude range 30 to 65 degrees, longitude range -120 to -60 degrees.
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[image]KSC-01PP-0601 - NASA
A worker in the Space Assembly and Encapsulation Facility 2 checks out the Mars Odyssey Orbiter before its move to the third stage of a Delta rocket. The Mars Odyssey is scheduled for launch on April 7, 2001, aboard a Delta II rocket from Launch Pad 17-A, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station
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[image]AC94-0326-15 - NASA/Ames Research Center
Virtual Environment Telepresence workstation, simulated Mars Exploration shows Lewis Hitchner with virtual helmet and EXOS Dexterous interface (virtual hand)
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[image]AC99-0008-2 - NASA/Ames Research Center
Date: Jan 20, 1999 Photographer: Roger Brimmer Mars Environmental Chamber. Absorption Compression for Mars ISRU (In-SITU Resource Utilization) N-239.
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[image]AC92-0326-1 - NASA/Ames Research Center
Virtual Environment Telepresence workstation, simulated Mars Exploration shows Lewis Hitchner with virtual helmet and EXOS Dexterous interface (virtual hand)
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[image]MARS BALLOON INFLATION TEST IN THE SPACE POWER FACILITY SPF AT NASA PLUM BROOK STATION - NASA/Glenn Research Center
MARS BALLOON INFLATION TEST IN THE SPACE POWER FACILITY SPF AT NASA PLUM BROOK STATION
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[image]ACD08-0260-034 - NASA/Ames Research Center
K-10 (red) robot operations tests at Marscape (Ames Mars Yard) with remote operations from Ames Future Flight Centeral (FFC) Simulator, with Mark Helper and Kip Hodges.
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[image]MOLA Global roughness map of Mars - NASA
The median of slopes in 35-km windows indicate the typical roughness on 300-meter baselines. The rougher nature of the heavily cratered terrain in the Southern Hemisphere is apparent, as well as that of Valles Marineris (12S, 289E) canyon walls and the Olympus Mons (18N, 227E) aureole deposits. The Northern Lowlands are smooth, especially Amazonis Planitia (16N, 202E), a region to the west of Olympus Mons, were typical median slopes on these baselines are often smaller than 0.1 degree...
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[image]AC92-0352-7 - NASA/Ames Research Center
Telepresence Virtual Reality (Mars)
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[image]AC99-0008-9 - NASA/Ames Research Center
adsorption compression for Mars ISRU ( In-SITU Resource Utilization) N-239 lab
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[image]AC92-0326-4 - NASA/Ames Research Center
Virtual Environment Telepresence workstation, simulated Mars Exploration shows Lewis Hitchner with virtual helmet and EXOS Dexterous interface (virtual hand)
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[image]KSC-01PP-0611 - NASA
Workers in the Space Assembly and Encapsulation Facility 2 check the placement of the Mars Odyssey Orbiter as it is lowered onto the third stage of a Delta rocket below for installation. Visible above is the cone-shaped high gain antenna and the black solar array assembly. The Mars Odyssey is scheduled for launch at 11:02 a.m. EDT April 7, 2001, aboard a Delta II rocket from Launch Pad 17-A, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station...
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[image]Orbit Insertion by Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (Artist's Concept) - NASA/JPL
This is an artist's concept of NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter during the critical process of Mars orbit insertion. In order to be captured into orbit around Mars, the spacecraft must conduct a 25-minute rocket burn when it is just shy of reaching the planet. As pictured, it will pass under the red planet's southern hemisphere as it begins the insertion burn.
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[image]AC94-0326-14 - NASA/Ames Research Center
Virtual Environment Telepresence workstation, simulated Mars Exploration shows Lewis Hitchner with virtual helmet and EXOS Dexterous interface (virtual hand)
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[image]photo-s95_01418 - NASA
S95-01418 (February 1995) --- This is an artist's concept of possible exploration programs. Long after the Mars sample return rover has fulfilled its mission requirements, two explorers replace the robot's worn wheel motors. The refurbished machine, instead of operating autonomously, can be teleoperated by orbital or surface controllers. Artwork done for NASA by Pat Rawlings, of SAIC.
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[image]Artist's concept of Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter - NASA
Artist's concept of Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter
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[image]MC-14 Amenthes Region - NASA
Mars digital-image mosaic merged with color of the MC-14 quadrangle, Amenthes region of Mars. The southern part includes heavily cratered highlands. The northern part is dominated by relatively smooth plains of Elysium Planitia and the eastern half of the Isidis basin. Latitude range 0 to 30 degrees, longitude range -135 to -90 degrees.
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[image]Mars Odyssey - HEND Image
Mars Odyssey - HEND Image
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[image]AC92-0352-10 - NASA/Ames Research Center
Telepresence Virtual Reality (Mars Surface)
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[image]MC-26 Argyre Region - NASA
Mars digital-image mosaic merged with color of the MC-26 quadrangle, Argyre region of Mars. The west-central part is marked by the large Argyre impact basin, defined by a rim of rugged mountain blocks that surrounds a nearly circular expanse of light-colored plains 800 km across. The large basin is surrounded by heavily cratered highlands. Latitude range -65 to -30 degrees, longitude range 0 to 60 degrees.
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[image]AC92-0352-4 - NASA/Ames Research Center
Telepresence Virtual Reality (Mars)
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[image]MULTI-FUNCTION MARS BASE - MARS GREENHOUSE BASE - HEAVY LIFT BOOSTER - MARS LANDER VEHICLE ON SURFACE (SPACE PROPULSION VIDEO) - NASA/Glenn Research Center
MULTI-FUNCTION MARS BASE - MARS GREENHOUSE BASE - HEAVY LIFT BOOSTER - MARS LANDER VEHICLE ON SURFACE (SPACE PROPULSION VIDEO)
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[image]ACD08-0260-017 - NASA/Ames Research Center
K-10 (red) plaentary rover at Marscape (Ames Mars Yard): with prototype flight control team remotely operating K-10 "Red" from Ames Future Flight Centeral (FFC) Simulator. With Rob Landis
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[image]Happy Anniversary Odyssey!
Four years ago on April 7, 2001, the mechanics, scientists, secretaries, and family members of the Odyssey orbiter team said a final farewell to their creation and hello to Mars. Don't miss the video, "An Odyssey of Exploration," for the ground-breaking accomplishments since launch. Image credit:NASA/KSC
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[image]KSC-01PP-0608 - NASA
In the Space Assembly and Encapsulation Facility 2, the Mars Odyssey Orbiter is suspended from an overhead crane that is moving it toward the third stage of a Delta rocket for installation. In front on the spacecraft can be seen a high gain antenna; at right is the folded solar array assembly. The Mars Odyssey is scheduled for launch at 11:02 a.m. EDT April 7, 2001, aboard a Delta II rocket from Launch Pad 17-A, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station...
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[image]KSC-01PP-0603 - NASA
Workers in the Space Assembly and Encapsulation Facility 2 oversee the lifting of the Mars Odyssey Orbiter from its workstand. The orbiter will be moved and attached to the third stage of a Delta rocket, at right. The Mars Odyssey is scheduled for launch on April 7, 2001, aboard a Delta II rocket from Launch Pad 17-A, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station
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[image]AC92-0326-25 - NASA/Ames Research Center
Virtual Environment Telepresence workstation, simulated Mars Exploration group Lewis Hitchner (seated) Cindy Fergouson, Dr Michael McGreevy (standing)
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[image]KSC-01PP-0635 - NASA
The Mars Odyssey spacecraft (left) nears the top of the gantry at Launch Pad 17-A, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, where it will be mated with the Delta II rocket seen in the center. The spacecraft will map the Martian surface in search of geological features that could indicate the presence of water, now or in the past, and may contribute significantly toward understanding what will be necessary for a more sophisticated exploration of Mars...
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[image]AC99-0008-3 - NASA/Ames Research Center
Date: Jan 20, 1999 Photographer: Roger Brimmer Mars Environmental Chamber. Absorption Compression for Mars ISRU (In-SITU Resource Utilization) N-239.
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[image]KSC-01PP-0650 - NASA
An overhead crane lifts the cylindrical canister toward the Mars Odyssey orbiter. The canister will be lowered over the spacecraft to protect it during transfer to Launch Pad 17-A, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The Mars Odyssey is scheduled for launch at 11:02 a.m. EDT April 7, 2001, aboard a Delta II rocket from Pad 17-A. The spacecraft will map the Martian surface in search of geological features that could indicate the presence of water, now or in the past, and may contribute significantl...
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[image]REUSABLE PILOTED / CARGO MARS TRANSFER VEHICLE - NASA/Glenn Research Center
REUSABLE PILOTED / CARGO MARS TRANSFER VEHICLE
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[image]photo-2058 - NASA
2058 --- This shows two possible fossilized Martian cells and the fragments of others. The cell in the center has the remains of a fossilized biofilm partly covering its surface. The cell to the right is partly embedded in the clay mineral which fills veins or cracks in the meteorite (NAKHLA). This clay mineral is now known to have formed on Mars about 700 million years ago. If these bumps are truly fossilized Martian microbes, they are then about 700 million years old.
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[image]ACD08-0260-021 - NASA/Ames Research Center
K-10 (red) plaentary rover at Marscape (Ames Mars Yard): with prototype flight control team remotely operating K-10 "Red" from Ames Future Flight Centeral (FFC) Simulator, with Hans Utz.
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[image]Mars PathFinder Rover Traverse Image - NASA
This figure contains an azimuth-elevation projection of the "Gallery Panorama." The original Simple Cylindrical mosaic has been reprojected to the inside of a sphere so that lines of constant azimuth radiate from the center and lines of constant elevation are concentric circles. This projection preserves the resolution of the original panorama. Overlaid onto the projected Martian surface is a delineation of the Sojourner rover traverse path during the 83 Sols (Martian days) of Pathfinder surface...
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[image]KSC-01PP-0642 - NASA
Workers on Launch Pad 17-A, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, stand by as the canister surrounding the Mars Odyssey orbiter is lifted. The spacecraft will map the Martian surface in search of geological features that could indicate the presence of water, now or in the past, and may contribute significantly toward understanding what will be necessary for a more sophisticated exploration of Mars. Launch is scheduled for 11:02 a.m...
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